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Commentary and Scholarship on Crime, Law, Security, Social Control, and Society
Commentary and Scholarship on Crime, Law, Security, Social Control, and Society

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Crime and Society: Losing faith in rationality? - by Will Clark   In the interest of full disclosure, I must begin this post with a confession: I am an avid listener of political radio programming. Left wing, right wing, centrist – it makes no difference – I consume it all, and with gusto. I like it. I like the buffoonery, the absurd caricature of political debate, the conspiracy theories, and the partisanship. Yes, even the partisanship, the rah-rah, my team is better ... http://ow.ly/2PJMzt
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Crime and Society: Struggling to Cope with a Friend's Conviction http://ow.ly/2PCOXN
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Crime and Society: Dealing with Internet Trolls: Is Tougher Sentences the Answer? http://ow.ly/2PsRTf
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Crime and Society: The Belittling of Human Rights: The European Union, the Council of Europe and the Conflation Frustration http://ow.ly/2PrPpD
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Crime and Society: I think, therefore I am, behind bars. - by Will Clark  The rather long interlude between this and my previous posts provides the material for my post today. For the past month I have devoted considerable time editing a manuscript version of the memoirs of an ex-con, a man with quite a story to tell. I won’t go into the particulars, as I am not sure what the future status of the manuscript is, but I would like to relate a few lessons I have ... http://ow.ly/2P06yv
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Crime and Society: A Look Ahead – Party Plans for Criminal Justice http://ow.ly/2OJnpM
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Crime and Society: The Empty Seat of Jalisco - By Eugenio WeigendA video from one of the 2,000 cameras from a Center of Command C4 in the State of Jalisco, shows the kidnapping of Congressman Gabriel Gomez Michel and one of his staff. They were later found dead inside the car in the state of Zacatecas. Local police from Tlaquepaque received the report of the incident almost immediately. After driving around without finding anything, the officers who responded the call,... http://ow.ly/2OlfmJ
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Crime and Society: Rebuilding the Legitimacy lost by MSCO in Guadalupe, Arizona http://ow.ly/2O8znf
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Crime and Society: So Unfair that it was Illegal and a Defence of the Prison System http://ow.ly/2NZQhh
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